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Bao Maohong

Prof. Dr. Maohong Bao

Carson Fellow

Maohong Bao was a Carson Fellow from July 2011 to November 2011 and from July 2014 to October 2014.

Maohong Bao is a senior research associate at the Centre for World Environmental History at the University of Sussex. At his home institution, Peking University, China, he is a professor of environmental history and Asia-Pacific studies, and director of the university's Center for World Environmental History. He is a pioneer of environmental history in China. His recent research focuses on the relationship of environment and development in East Asia.

Film Interview with Maohong Bao

Selected Publications:

  • Forest and Development: Deforestation in the Philippines (1946-1995). Beijing: China Environmental Science Press, 2008.
  • "Environmental History and New Thinking in Historical Study: An Interview with Prof. Bao Maohong," Journal of Capital Normal University 5 (2007).
  • "Environmental Problems and Environmental Policy in China." The Journal of Chinese Studies 3 (2007).
  • "The Latest Research of Environmental History in China." The Journal of Chinese Studies 3 (2007).
  • "Exchange of Environmental Culture and Its Construction in Northeast Asia." Collected Writings of Asia-Pacific Studies 4 (2007).
  • The Origins of Environmental History and Its Development. Beijing, China: Peking University Press, 2012.
  • Environmental Governance in China and Environmental Cooperation in Northeast Asia. Haru Press, 2009.


Last updated: December 2011